Business Spotlight – Casual Mexican Dining In Tarrytown The Taco Project Now Open

The Taco Project TarrytownThe Taco Project, a new casual Mexican dining restaurant, has opened at 18 Main Street, in Tarrytown, NY. Providing a casual dining experience, The Taco Project offers a wide range of menu selections that includes both traditional and unique food and beverage items inspired by Mexican-style cuisine.

The Taco Project’s  menu has been designed with an artful blend of items to include everything from appetizers, salads, tacos, burritos, and bowls that feature fish, chicken, shrimp, steak, and chorizo, to name a few, and can be accompanied with authentic desserts and beverages. To reflect the restaurant’s
20-seat, south- of- the- border influence, the interior décor has been designed with elements from Mexican culture through warm wood tones, eclectic details, and colorful artwork.

Restaurant Proprietor, Nick Mesce is a native Westchester resident and a former NYC restaurateur. To help bring his new concept to fruition, he hired experienced restaurant consultant, Christian Ortiz to showcase his flair for the distinctive Mexican cuisine.

“We are excited to be part of beautiful and historic Tarrytown and we are overwhelmed by the immediate support that we have received from the surrounding communities during our grand opening on October 4th,” said Nick Mesce, Proprietor of The Taco Project. “The Taco Project specializes in foods of the highest quality from the freshest ingredients at a reasonable price point. We have a highly-trained and motivated staff that is committed to the success of The Taco Project. We look forward to serving our new customers and becoming a part of the Main Street community.”

The Taco Project serves lunch and dinner and is open Monday through Thursday from 12noon- 10pm, Friday and Saturday from 12noon-11pm, and Sundays from 12noon-9pm. In addition to dining in, takeout is also available.

For more information, please call 914-909.4455.

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